Product Number : 378592
This card game is designed to facilitate discussions and/or skills about goals. Instructions include alternatives use of cards.
How important is it for you to set your own goals versus someone setting your goals for you?
Life is always changing. New goals are always needed. What is one goal you could set today that would not have been important 5 years ago?
This product is also part of the Skill Building Card Decks Set.
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